Making raw summer pies

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Making raw summer pies
RequirementsPie shell.png + Strawberry.png + Watermelon.png + Cooking apple.png = Raw summer pie.png
Cooking 95
1,000,000+ recommended
ProfitExperience gained
201,000 Cooking 2,200
Inputs (424,110)Outputs (625,110)
670 × Pie shell.png Pie shell (226,460)670 × Strawberry.png Strawberry (141,370)670 × Watermelon.png Watermelon (13,400)670 × Cooking apple.png Cooking apple (42,880)670 × Raw summer pie.png Raw summer pie (625,110)

Raw summer pies are used to quickly train Cooking and Magic by using the Bake Pie spell. They are made by using the ingredients (strawberry, watermelon, cooking apple) on a pie shell, in that order. To avoid losing money, test out the profit of making one pie before you do them in bulk.

Buy an equal number of pie shells, strawberries, watermelons and cooking apples from the Grand Exchange (each has a buying limit of 11,000 per four hours). Withdraw 14 pie shells and 14 strawberries, and use one on the other. This will bring up a menu to make part summer pies, so click to make-all. Once you've made 14, bank them and repeat. When all of your strawberries and pie shells are gone, use the watermelons on the part summer pies in the same fashion, and then use the cooking apples on the part summer pies 2 to create raw summer pies. Up to 670 raw summer pies can be made per hour.

You can then sell the pies on the Grand Exchange. To maximise your profit, buy one raw summer pie at the instant price, and then sell all of yours for that price.

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